Mustafa Suleyman, a Google artificial intelligence executive and the co-founder of AI company DeepMind, has left for a role as a venture partner at Greylock Partners, TechCrunch reported Thursday . Suleyman is following a common path in Silicon Valley of transitioning from a practitioner in emerging technologies to a venture capital investor. Suleyman helped found DeepMind more than a decade...
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Another Major Venture Firm to Separate China Investment Partners Following U.S. Pressure
GGV Capital, a prominent venture capital firm managing $9.2 billion in assets, plans to separate its China and U.S. teams following scrutiny from lawmakers in Washington about the national security implications of the firm’s investments in Chinese artificial intelligence and semiconductor firms, according to a notice the firm sent to its investors on Thursday. The move comes a few months...
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